The Department of Commerce at Delhi School of Economics started a one-year full-time Post-graduate Diploma in International Marketing (PGDIM) in the year 1985-86. The main objective of the program is to develop candidates suitable for entry-level managerial positions in the field of international business management. The course has been designed in a manner so that the students gain an in-depth knowledge and analytical skills which will enable them to efficiently and effectively carry out various marketing and international business operations of an organization in the emerging globally environment.

Batch Size: 74

Batch Composition: For the batch of 2017-19, the overall batch size is 74. Out of them, there are 15 female candidates. Approximately 45% of the batch consists of students who have prior work experience. 31% of the batch has work experience of up to 24 months. Two third of the batch has an engineering degree while 16% are commerce graduates and 10% are arts graduate.

Placements: For the batch of 2016-18, the highest CTC was Rs 24 Lakhs. The average CTC of the batch was Rs 9.05 Lakhs and the median CTC was Rs 9.0 Lakhs. For the Batch of 2017-19, the average and median stipend stood at INR 33,500 and INR 30,000 respectively with Highest stipend going up to INR 80,000.

Admission Process: The admission to MBA (IB) course will be done through a three-layered process including CAT percentile, matriculation, and 10+2 marks; GD, extempore; and Interview score subject to approval from University of Delhi. This is done with a view to identify and process the interpersonal skills in addition to the overall knowledge of the students. Candidates are required to submit their CAT score after appearing in the Common Admission Test conducted by IIMs. Thereafter, the candidates which are short-listed based on their CAT percentile will be called for GD, extempore and personal interview.